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3. RISK IDENTIFICATIONANDMANAGEMENT
1.1Does the organization’s enterprise riskmanagement program considermaterial CSR risks?
1.2AreCSR impacts, issues and opportunities consideredwhen approvingmajor decisions, includingmergers and
divestitures?
1.3Does the board have ameans to identify theCSR impacts of its decisions?
1.4Does the board review its own practices to reduce the social and environmental impacts of boardmeetings?
1.5Does the board receive unfiltered information on stakeholder issues and concerns related toCSR to inform risk
management?
1.6Aremeasures in place for the board to assess the extent towhich the organization’s CSR commitments are
adhered to across the organization, andwithin its supply chain?
1.7Does the internal audit process include cross-organization compliancewithCSR commitments?
4. BOARDCOMPOSITIONAND EXPERTISE:
2.1Does board composition reflect the cultural and gender diversity of themarketplace?
2.2Does the nominating committee includeCSR skills, knowledge and experience as a factor in director
recruitment?
2.3Does the nominating committee consider the alignment of organization and individual CSR values in director
recruitment?
2.4Does the new director orientation process include a review of the organization’s CSR commitments and goals?
2.5 Is CSR education provided to directors as part of their ongoing development?
2.6 Is CSR competency included in the board evaluation process?
5. EXTERNALDISCLOSURE
3.1Does the board provide input intomanagement's assessment of material CSR issues to include in the
organization’s external reporting?
3.2Does the board approve theCSR report as a record of the organization’s CSR performance for disclosure to
stakeholders?
3.3Does theCSR report to stakeholders include amessage from theChair?
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